After playing 14 innings of close baseball against the Bear River Bears on Tuesday, the Stansbury Stallions were back home Monday to face a Ben Lomond Scots team that they beat 10-0 just a month earlier.
Things got much worse for the Scots, as Stansbury beat them 20-0 in five innings. Jackson Clausing pitched a complete game shutout for the Stallions, while multiple players contributed offensively.
The Stallions scored just one run in the first, but exploded for 11 runs in the second inning. A passed ball gave the Stallions their second run of the game, and many players had RBIs in the inning. Six different players came up with at least one RBI in the inning, and the Stallions were able to coast the rest of the game.
The Scots had no answer for the Stallions, getting on base just three times due to a hit, and their two pitchers allowed 20 runs, most of them earned.
With the loss the Scots drop to 0-16 on the year, while the Stallions move to 15-4. The Scots hope to get their first win on Thursday when they travel to Morgan. The Stallions will be back in action on Tuesday against the Ogden Tigers.
CJ Pronk is a Deseret Digital Media intern and a junior at Stansbury High School.